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Kashimamiko Shrine, Ishinomaki

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  • From here you have an overview of Ishinomaki, there is a lot of crow always around there, but you have an amazing view over Ishinomaki and the bay  more »
  • Cherry trees were starting to blossom on 9th April, 2015. March 11, 2011 will be long remembered as a day of tragedy. Moe than 18,400 people died or are still missing. Those who escaped to Hiyoriyama ...  more »
  • Hiyoriyama Park. Is a Shinto shrine is loved by locals like the God of business. Many visiting tourists visited during the day on weekdays, and pray after views were being entertained.
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  • Kashima shrines stand on a hill overlooking the ishinomaki. From the origin of the name children of the God Kashima (tachemicazuchinokami) shrine?
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  • Views from devastated coastal area and the Pacific Ocean. Found well and alive is miraculous how much wonderful. The prayer please pray for the souls of those who died.
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  • Son Takeshi jar hammered lives of dgg, pioneering God and quell the earthquake God and Takeshi jar hammered life heavenly foot forest (too much or does not initialise) is enshrined. It is also a worship the God Kashima 苗裔 Jinja shrine, mentioned in the annals of Japan third party. (God, amulet, nokyo-sho: Yes)
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  • Ishinomaki [Shinto shrine Kashima's children] in the Basho haiku monument stands.  Cloud changes to rest are Moon? leaned from the impact of the earthquake or slope is bigger?  Away (hiyoriyama Park) [statue of Basho and Sora] also there. Ishinomaki visited once ago five months after the earthquake, but visited again after the quake, when the shrine views no longer town, is reminding people there have been living without voice, was full of tears come out. (Oku-no-hosomichi ⇒ sleeves at Sumiyoshi Park Park pass)
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  • Will be in place by 2015, Prince William of the United Kingdom to disaster victims laid a wreath for us. From the observation deck at the mouth of the river sunshine beautifully lit was.
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